I've found a source from the Budapest Government Office in Hungarian.
A nyelvtudást nem kell nyelvvizsgával igazolni, a magyar nyelven történő kommunikáció az elvárás; a kommunikációnak kétoldalúnak kell lennie, azaz mind a megértésnek, mind a kifejezőképességnek középszinten kell állnia. A magyar nyelvtudás vizsgálatánál nem probléma a nem magyar ...
Based on Irish law, specifically the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act 1956, can I live abroad after naturalizing as an Irish citizen and retain my citizenship just by filling that form?
Yes, subject of course to factual disputes. The statute (as amended) provides that this revocation is not possible when the citizen has "registered annually in ...
I have heard that you have to spend at least six months in a year in
US to remain eligible for naturalization. Is that really true?
No, that is not true. There is no requirement regarding amount of time you have to spend in the US in a year. The only requirements are the continuous residence requirement and the physical presence requirement.
You are ...
As an EU Citizen (and your EU family members), you are automatically a permanent resident after 5 years.
You can apply for a permanent resident card to document this.
Such a card would document the fact that you fulfill the 5 years required for naturalization, should you wish to also become an Irish citizen.
Permanent residence (after 5 years) for ...
If a bill like this was enacted, people with pending green card applications that are not authorized under the new law, like siblings and adult children of citizens and green card holders, will probably have their applications summarily denied. This is the likely outcome despite their often long years of patient waiting (unless the newly enacted ...
Now does it mean that after 5 years of residence in Ireland, I (EU national) and my non-EU family members should apply for PERMANENT RESIDENCE OR IRISH CITIZENSHIP?
It seems to mean that you may each choose one option or the other.
Why would one apply for PR when they can apply for Irish citizenship after 5 years of residence?
One possibility: the current ...
The Apply for Citizenship | USCIS site seems to contain the needed information.
Step 2. Determine if you are eligible to become a U.S. citizen.
Going through the Naturalization Eligibility Worksheet contained in the pdf
gives in great detail, with possible rules of exceptions, how your times outside the US will be treated
and if you still qualify.